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16:9 und 4:3 wie kombinieren im Schnitt !!

16:9 and 4:3, such as combining the average!



Frage von philippsen:
August 2006

Hi Folks,
I have here a good digibeta material in 16:9 1024 * 576, PAL, and DV material in 4:3.
Now I have both cut and merge.
What would you do?

Now I wanted to 16:9 as a Quicktime reference material and give out the import into After Effects s 4:3 DV / PAL Project, which in turn scale and rausrechnen as Avi to DV / Pal 4:3.
Then all in a 4:3 project with compositing cut fake Girder 16:9 /.
And then as a 4:3 project on DVD, and even then because of the beam still looks after 16:9, or!

To truly grateful for the help!

Philippsen



Antwort von Schleichmichel:

And what is man, if you have a 16:9-Television. Then you see the homemade DVD with 4:3-Letterbox hopefully (->) Pillar. So a black mat around the small picture.

So utter nonsense. It would be better if you adapt the material to 16:9 and 4:3-a pure 16:9 DVD. We'll see guarantees the quality of jumps, but it's still the lesser evil.

Conversely, adapting the material by means of handwritten 16:9 pan & scan on 4:3 would be synonymous a good solution. I would think about which format s.ehesten matches the video. But I sense when you're on more widescreen.

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Antwort von philippsen:

Quote:
Conversely, adapting the material by means of handwritten 16:9 pan & scan on 4:3 would be synonymous a good solution.

s.besten how do I do that then?

regards
Philippsen








Antwort von Axel:

16:9 in a 4:3 Project has a different pixel aspect ratio as well as vice versa, and then has a distortion filter, s.besten be adjusted in the editing program directly. The factor is 33% each, either + or - (Programs other than this Final Cut Pro, press the aspect ratio may be different from). When the 16:9 material is embedded in a 4:3 project, there are two options:
1. The Picture cropping left and right.
2. The Picture of small scale and letterbox bands above and let down.

Conversely, 4:3 material in 16:9 project, the options:
1. The Picture is shown with black bars left and right.
2. The Picture is scaled to 16:9, and although you can berstimmen the picture yet, but so crassly s.Qualität lose that for me it did not come into question.



Antwort von Markus:

"Surreptitious Michel" wrote:
... would be to adapt the material by means of handwritten 16:9 pan & scan on 4:3 synonymous a good solution.

I even think the far better solution, because the 16:9 images with 1024 × 576 pixels available (Pixel Aspect Ratio = 1.00). This means that simply receives a change of image size to 720 × 576 (pixel aspect ratio = 1.07), the image quality along with half-images obtained almost complete and only the picture is cropped on the left and right.

In opposition stands a visible deterioration of computer equipment, if this blows up to 16:9. This would have further negative, in addition to the already existing difference in the quality of DV (4:2:0) to Digibeta (4:2:2).

How about with a practical Comparison of both methods? Simple test times using a short sequence, whether circumcised looks better, or inflated Digibeta DV ... ;-)



Antwort von beiti:

Quote:
I have here a good digibeta material in 16:9 1024 * 576 PAL
Since when DigiBeta able to record in 1024 pixels width?



Antwort von Markus:

"beiti" wrote:
Since when DigiBeta able to record in 1024 pixels width?

You're right. I had assumed that the material was gecapturet might live and analogue. Then the resolution can be cast.

Otherwise, export of see true 16:9 (1024x576) from VDL 2006 in MPEG2 does not work. This applies not only DV camcorder, but synonymous DigiBeta cameras.



















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